Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi he surprised us at today's press conference with a complete novelty. And she is the intelligent humanoid robot CyberOne, which will offer high-quality optics and joints in the limbs or even a height of up to 177 centimeters.
Humanoid CyberOne: Xiaomi continues to produce robots
This is not Xiaomi's first venture when it comes to futuristic smart products. You surely remember the robotic dog CyberDog, which is currently on display also at brick-and-mortar stores in Europe. This model is now supplemented with a new intelligent robot.
It's him intelligent humanoid with flexible limbs and markings CyberOne, which, like CyberDog, wants to compete with popular products from the American company Boston Dynamics, or from Tesla.
In terms of construction, the robot has a matte white color finish, dark joints, as well as a dark "head" with facial expressions that it shows through OLED screen (changes color depending on the context in which it is located). Height CyberOne stopped at 177 centimeters, and the total weight of this humanoid product is 52 kilograms. Compared to the Tesla Optimus robot, which is 168 centimeters and 56 kilograms, it is taller and lighter.
As Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun explained, the CyberOne robot is able to "detect emotions" thanks to the system Mi Sense, and can move at a speed of 3,6 km/h. According to the technical details, it has CyberOne 21 parts or joints with which it can move freely. This allows him to squat, swing his arms, and perform other simple commands.
The Chinese company has set up a challenge on the social network Weibo, and fans of the brand can come up with different ideas for features or skills that could CyberOne offer in the future. We have no further information on availability or even selling price yet. CyberOne is still under development. However, it is understandable, considering that the CyberDog robot also started with a similar scenario.
The stage name of the first prototype that was available at the press conference is "Tie Da". CyberOne, his presentation from the press conference, as well as some "demo" pieces in cooperation with the executive director of Xiaomi, you can watch in the attached video below.
This is what the life-sized CyberOne robot looks like in the video:
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Both Boston Dynamics and Tesla can breathe a sigh of relief. This can only compete with toys